Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics Seminar

Regular seminars are Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in Wilson Hall, One West.
Special dates or rooms are given below.
A live video stream is sometimes available, check this link.
Raw date Event date Title Speakers Host Summary Links
20170825 Aug. 25 2017 Startup and Highlights from Recent CMS Analyses Rachel Yohay, Florida State U.
20170901 Sept. 1 Observation of coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering by COHERENT Kate Scholberg, Duke Coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS) is a process in which a neutrino scatters off an entire nucleus at low momentum transfer, and for which the observable signature is a low-energy nuclear recoil.  It represents a background for direct dark matter detection experiments, as well as a possible signal for astrophysical neutrinos.  Furthermore, because the process... More »
20170908 Sept. 8 MilliQan: Searching for millicharge particles at LHC Andy Haas, NYU
20170915 Sept. 15 Seminar postponed (free slot)
20170922 Sept. 22 Revealing the Unique Nature of Neutrino Mass Using Fast Timing Andrey Elagin, U. of Chicago
20170929 Sept. 29 Wine and Cheese Seminar Maxim Pospelov, Perimeter Institute and Victoria
20171006 Oct. 6 Results from CMS
20171013 Oct. 13 Search for 3rd generation squarks & Cornering natural SUSY at ATLAS Keisuke Yoshihara, U. of Pennsylvania
20171027 Oct. 27 Searches for Vector-Like Quarks with ATLAS Joe Haley, Oklahoma State U.
20171103 Nov. 3 Results from MINERvA
20171110 Nov. 10 Results from CMS
20171117 Nov. 17 Results from NOvA
20171124 Nov. 24 Thanksgiving. No Seminar.
20171215 Dec. 15 Results from CMS
20180119 Jan. 19 Di-Higgs at the LHC : Current Status and Long-term Prospects (ATLAS) John Alison, U. of Chicago

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